Control and monitoring systems are becoming more complex, taking longer to complete, and carrying an increased total cost of design. There is a better way to design these advanced control and monitoring systems that maximizes flexibility, reduces time-to-market, and minimizes both cost and risk.
Stay ahead of the competition by attending this FREE webcast series that offers valuable insight to the tools and techniques that will enable you to focus more of your time and resources on delivering innovation and competitive differentiation. In this series of webcasts you can learn how to overcome some of the biggest challenges in condition monitoring, smart machines & electrical power. This will include examples from NI customers and partners that are successfully deploying systems to solve the most advanced embedded control and monitoring applications today.
Abstract: Today's embedded applications are complex, and not just from a technical standpoint—you must balance budget, time to market, and flexibility with functionality and technical requirements to differentiate your applications in the marketplace. There is a better way to design embedded systems that addresses the shortcomings of traditional design methodologies and gives you more time to spend on high-value tasks. In this webcast, learn about platform-based design with the NI LabVIEW reconfigurable I/O (RIO) architecture—an approach that improves your profitability and helps you satisfy the most advanced technical requirements.
Abstract: What’s important in the machine industry? Higher throughput, reduced operating cost, improved productivity, and increased uptime. In this webcast, learn how graphical system design and the adoption of modern embedded control and monitoring systems help leading machine builders meet these requirements and increase the productivity of their design teams.
Abstract: A condition monitoring system minimizes unscheduled outages, optimizes machine performance, and reduces the repair time and maintenance costs of your equipment. In this session, learn about recent industry trends, the benefits of implementing condition monitoring, and the latest technology designed to make your system more effective.
Abstract: Digital technologies are changing the way we manipulate, move, and store energy. Think about online search and how it changed the way we find information, how social media changed the way we communicate, and how electronic books and e-readers changed the way we read. Now energy itself is in the midst of a digital revolution, enabling us to digitally convert, control, manipulate, and store it with exponentially increasing efficiency and decreasing cost. In this webcast we will showcase Duke Energy's large-scale monitoring and automation initiative to increase asset availability, reduce cost, and address workforce challenges.